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Bax, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, David Lloyd-Jones - Symphonic Poems. Tintagel. November Woods. The Tale The Pine Trees Knew Album

Bax, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, David Lloyd-Jones - Symphonic Poems. Tintagel. November Woods. The Tale The Pine Trees Knew Album
Performer: Bax, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, David Lloyd-Jones
Title: Symphonic Poems. Tintagel. November Woods. The Tale The Pine Trees Knew
Country: Europe
Genre: Classical
Style:Modern
Released: 2005
Catalog number: 8.557599
Label: Naxos
MP3 album szie: 1496 mb
FLAC album size: 1819 mb

Tracklist

1The Tale The Pine Trees Knew 16:38
2November Woods 16:48
3The Happy Forest 09:39
4The Garden Of Fand 16:32
5Tintagel 14:33

Credits

  • Composed ByArnold Bax
  • ConductorDavid Lloyd-Jones
  • EditorPhil Rowlands
  • EngineerTim Handley
  • Liner NotesKeith Anderson
  • OrchestraRoyal Scottish National Orchestra
  • ProducerTim Handley

Notes

Recorded in the Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow (tracks 2 to 5) and the Royal Scottish National Concert Hall (track 1)
Recorded 21 & 22 Aug 2002 (track 1); 31 Jan 1996 (tracks 2 & 3); 31 jun 1996 (track 4); Aug 1995 (track 5)
Booklet Notes: Keith Anderson. Deutsche Fassung: Thomas Theise
Previously released coupled with the Bax Symphonies on Naxos 8.553525, 8.553608, 8.554093, 8.554509, 8.557145
Publisher: Chappell Music Ltd.
Cover photograph: "Stream" (Comstock Images / Getty Images)
Total playing time: 74:11
(P) 1997-2003 & (C) 2005
Naxos Rights International Ltd.
Booklet notes in English. Kommentar auf Deutsch
Made in the EU

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 747313259922
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Naxos Rights International Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Naxos Rights International Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow
  • Recorded At – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

Short intro

Album 2005 5 Songs. By Arnold Bax. The Tale the Pine Trees Know. November Woods. Bax: Symphony No. 5 - The Tale The Pine-Trees Knew. Arnold Bax. Weill: Symphonies Nos. 1 and 2 - Lady in the Dark - Symphonic Nocturne. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & Marin Alsop. Glazunov: The Complete Symphony Collection. Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra & Mikhail Pletnev. Listen free to David Lloyd-Jones, Royal Scottish National Orchestra Symphonic Poems. Quotes from Peter J Pirie, The English Musical Renaissance, Gollancz, 1979 English Musical Renaissance. David Lloyd Jones has the full measure of this music his ongoing Bax cycle for Naxos has been earning constant praise. His reading is a model of consistency, neatly following the composer's train of thought, and he neither overdoes not underplays the big climaxes. Yet, there is much to enjoy, as in 'The tale the pine trees knew' which fills up this disc. The Tale the Pine Trees Knew, tone poem for orchestra. David Lloyd-Jones, Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Bax: Symphonic Poems. Get album. 1,786 listeners. David Nolan Enrique Batiz: Philharmonia Orchestra. 181 listeners. Stephen Gunzenhauser: Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. David Lloyd-Jones - Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Album Summary. Whereas Thomson has Summer Music, Lloyd-Jones offers The Tale the Pine Trees Knew, a more interesting and substantial work. In general this Naxos issue offers tauter, livelier performances than does Thomson, and this prevents the music from degenerating into a typically shapeless Baxian blob, as it has a tendency to do, particularly November Woods and The Garden of Fand. Lloyd-Jones has the measure of the music. The disc begins with Tintagel, Bax's depiction of the rocky precipice on the Cornish coast reputed to be the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur. The Royal Scottish National Orchestra RSNO is Scotland's national symphony orchestra. The orchestra has performed full-time since 1950, when it took the name Scottish National Orchestra. It continued to use the name 'Scottish National Orchestra' until 1991 when it briefly used the title Royal Scottish Orchestra before changing to its present name. The Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by David Lloyd-Jones, recorded these tone poems in various sessions between 1995 and 2002, but their interpretations are consistently lush and vibrant, and the sound of this 2005 release is well-adjusted between tracks, despite changes of venue. To avoid accidental duplication, though, collectors should note that these recordings were previously released by Naxos on CDs of Bax's symphonies. Royal Scottish National Orchestra David Lloyd-Jones. Arnold Bax 18831953. Symphonic Poems. David LloydJones began his professional career in 1959 on the music staff of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and soon became much in demand as a freelance conductor for orchestral and choral concerts, opera, BBC broadcasts and TV studio opera productions. Arnold Bax composed several symphonic poems during the second and third decades of the 20th century, when he was at the peak of his creative powers. Composed By Arnold Bax. Conductor David Lloyd-Jones. Liner Notes Nina Large. Orchestra Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Producer, Engineer Tim Handley. Recorded at the Henry Wood Hall, Glagow, Scotland, on 31st May 1996 1 to 3 and 31st June 1996 4. 8-page booklet with liner notes in english, german and french. P&C 2000 HNH International Ltd. Made in E. Barcode and Other Identifiers